LLAS1190: Perspectives on Latin America
Three credits. A multidisciplinary course including geography, indigenous peoples, colonization and nation formation; society, politics, economy, and culture of contemporary Latin America and its place in today's world.
Semester offered: Fall, Spring or Full-Year
Student Eligibility Guidelines for LLAS 1190:
Successful completion of two years of high school history, and one year of high school Spanish are recommended.
Instructor Certification Requirements:
The minimum degree requirement for instructors wishing to teach Early College Experience Latin and Latino American Studies courses is a Bachelor's degree and a Master's degree in Latin American Studies or in Anthropology, History, Political Science, or Spanish with a focus on the study of Latin America and the Caribbean.